The investigation of the fundamental causes of failures during the life of buildings, tunnels, bridges, foundations, etc. is crucial in optimising the construction and management of our built environment. The Fifth International Conference on Forensic Engineering is maintaining a 150 year tradition pioneered by Telford, Brunel and Stephenson by discussing how lessons learned from failures lead to the development of improved design, construction and management practice.
Next 17 April, Mr Sergio Palazzo of Cmc is going to partecipate in the Conference about “Legal, Contract and Learning” chaired by Professor Costas Georgopoulos, Kingston University London. The topic is “The Standard of Care and Negligence of the Forensic Engineer”.